Offset's debut album, 'Father of 4' has landed in the top 5 of the Billboard charts.

The album debuted at No. 4 after he racked up 89,000 album units - 7,000 of those were traditional album sales.

During a recent interview with Billboard, Offset said that he had no egrets about trying to wi Cardi back in the public eye:

"I’d jump out the window trying to get her back, with a parachute on my back. You gotta fight for what you believe in and what you love. It ain’t no joke and it ain’t social media fun. You might have looked at me as being selfish on-stage, but I’m just trying to get what’s mine. I’m ready to look stupid, I’m ready to take this shot in the back," he said.

The father of four continued:

"You could say what you need to say, and you could hate me now, which a lot of people seem like they do. I’ll take that because I messed up. At the same time, I ain’t perfect. I only know a couple of ways. Pull up, I need to see you, [and] talk to you. You could beat me up, punch me, but it’s gotta be addressed. And we got a child, so it’s a whole other ball game. A beautiful daughter, and a daughter missing their father is different."

He wasn't the only high rap debut on Billboard.

Gunna's 'DOD2' debuted at the No. 3 spot after moving just 1,000 more units than Offset - 90,000 equivalent album units and he also sold 7,000 albums the old school way.

Lil Pump's 'Harverd Dropout' reached No. 7 after racking up 48,000 equivalent album units. His actual 25,000 in album sales were boosted by merchandise and album bundles.